GENUINE VAMPIRE FEASTS ON
BLOOD OF FELLOW INMATES
IN PRISON HOSPITAL
OMEGA NEW AGE DIRECTORY/JULY -- A real life vampire imprisoned for
murder is feasting on the blood of other inmates and claims he will get
even more victims if he is released, reports Dr. Stephen Kaplan, leading
world authority and researcher on vampires.
Dr. Kaplan is the founder of Vampire Research Center of Elmhurst, New
York. He was conducting a vamipire population count when he was contacted
by the blood - lusting inmate imprisoned for murdering a woman and
drinking her blood. Dr. Kaplan says the imate, who is in a prison
mental hospital in New England, is secretly securing blood by
intimidating fellow patients. If they do not give him their blood, he
threatens to kill them.
Says Dr. Kaplan, "He sizes them up and says, 'I need your blood. If
you don't give it to me, you'll get hurt.'"
He slashes their hands with a razor blade. The method, called "cut
and drink" among vampires, is increasing and may replace the familar
"bite and drink" method, Dr. Kaplan contends.
And the threats and blood feasts continue because prison
psychiatrists are completely fooled by the inmate, who is earning a
college degree in his spare time, Dr. Kaplan goes on to say.
The vampire expert said, "He may fool the shrinks, but he's
super-dangerous. He told me, 'If you ever cross me, I'll kill you.' I
don't want him on the streets again because he's going to kill!"
Dr. Kaplan says the inmate told him he may go to California to stalk
new victims because what many call "blood cults" are increasingly popular
Also, the inmate says he is seeking a female vampire and is
corresponding with several potential partners. [Sorry, ladies, ParaNet
cannot forward letters --JS]
When Dr. Kaplan speaks of vampires, he is not just referring to
individuals who have a mania for drinking blood, but of individuals with
a special genetic make-up that enables them to live extremely long lives
by drinking blood. He has met with many of these individuals and has
investigated their lives. He estimates that there are 80 to 100 vampires
living in the U.S. today.